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Sunderland Green

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August 24th 2016
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Editing in 4K - whats the need ?
by Bill George 3 years ago
I have recently been shooting 4K footage , for projects that eventually will be screened as 4K To do this I watched alot of youtube guides and opinion pieces on what you need to deal with 4K I am now
Re: Editing in 4K - whats the need ?
by Sunderland Green 2 years ago
You can have a reference at this article: 4K Video Editing Minimum Hardware and Software System Requirements https: www.videomaker.com article f6 17135-editing-in-4k-minimum-system-requirements
Native H.264 workflow in Resolve
by Paul Campbell 3 years ago
Happy Thanksgiving! I was just reading an old article from 2010 about editing native H.264 clips (in FCPX and Premiere, not Resolve obviously). The author suggests "decompressing the H.264 footage int
Re: Native H.264 workflow in Resolve
by Sunderland Green 2 years ago
The H.264 codec is very CPU intensive, therefore, it takes some serious computer power to decode its compression, that s why your editing experience is so terrible and the playback is rather fluctuati
Editing H.264 files in Premiere
by Rachel Bradshaw 3 years ago
Hello, I am Importing H.264, Linear PCM Quicktimes files that are dropping in playback in Adobe Premiere. Can I convert them to a better codec I thought Premiere takes all native files. Thank you so m
Re: Editing H.264 files in Premiere
by Sunderland Green 2 years ago
Editing H.264 natively will help users to save the extra decoding time and HDD space. However, when taking other factors such as render time, image quality, computer hardware costs or integration with
Premiere Pro lagging with H.264
by James Agro 3 years ago
Hello everyone, I've found a problem, in which Premiere Pro (preview) lags and skips around when attempting to edit H.264 directly, and I was told to just re-encode to something like utvideo, which wo
Re: Premiere Pro lagging with H.264
by Sunderland Green 2 years ago
H.264 is an outstanding distribution format, But it is not a good editing format when you care about image quality, render speeds, or lots of effects work. Why Premiere Pro CC lags and skips when play
FCPX & Sony RX100V 4K?
by Ray Sherman 3 years ago
Hi, I have a Sony RX100V NTSC and normally shoot in 4K XAVC S 30p 100M. I archived the video straight off my SD card which ended up being imported as an H.264 codec. Being fairly new to FCPX, I would
Re: FCPX & Sony RX100V 4K?
by Sunderland Green 2 years ago
Although FCP X can native import H.264, however, when you try to edit H.264 natively with FCP X, you will need to deal with the significant limitations of H.264 video: 1. H.264 is mathematically inten
Canon 5D Mark4 - 4K Video Issue in FCPX
by Hakan Tanak 3 years ago
Hi guys. I have Canon 5D mark 4 and it can shoot 4K videos in MJPEG format. When i tried to edit this videos in FCPX video seems laggy and not smooth. I think it's about for MJPEG format because it's
Re: Canon 5D Mark4 - 4K Video Issue in FCPX
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Although Motion JPEG codec is inclued in FCP X supported input file formats and it is frequently used in non-linear video editing system. However, there is one bit trade off to edit Motion JPEG direct
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what render setting should i use for Export video for Samsung Tv
by jeff lin 4 years ago
I am trying to render a video for my Samsung TV. I rendered a H264 mp4, and my TV shows it doesn't support this codex. However I have another mp4 i downloaded from the web and it works fine on my TV.
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Re: what render setting should i use for Export video for Samsung Tv
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Which Samsung TV model do your own, you can check your Samsung TV's user manual to see the specific display settings for it. If your own a Samsung 4K TV, H.265 MP4 can be a good option.
4k file playback Premiere & Windows
by Bill George 3 years ago
I have a Asus laptop running spec - Intel i7 2.4Ghz, 16GB RAM, graphics - NVIDIA geforce GTX970m I have a desktop PC spec - AMD FX 4170 QUAD CORE 4.2GHZ processor - 32 GB RAM - geforce nvidia GTX 770
Re: 4k file playback Premiere & Windows
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Which version of Premiere Pro CC are you using, if you are using Premiere Pro CC 2015 version or above, you can create proxy files with small resolution directly with it.
Editing 4K MXF Files in Final Cut Pro 7
by Luke Christianson 4 years ago
Hello, I have SONY FS5 4K MXF files that I'm looking to edit in Final Cut Pro 7 (because I refuse to use FCP X). Premiere and Resolve do not work on my computer. What's the best way to edit this foota
Re: Editing 4K MXF Files in Final Cut Pro 7
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Proxy media exists just to help take pressure off your system while editing. Before you share (export) media, be sure to switch back to Optimized Original media in the viewer by clicking the View butt
MKV Rewrap for use in FCPX
by Marc D'Amour 3 years ago
Hello... I have re-wrapped an MKV file using Subler, outputting to MOV. If I play the resulting file (after Subler conversion) it looks great and plays smoothly in Quicktime and VLC on my Mac. If I im
Re: MKV Rewrap for use in FCPX
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
If the Apple Prores files is too large, you can transcode the MKV files to Apple Prores 422 Proxy or Apple Prores 422 (LT) format with small resolution for great playback performance in Final Cut Pro
Using FCP7 to edit 4K
by john whiteway 4 years ago
Guess I'm not alone in trying to figure out ways to edit 4k material. I'm still a fan of FCP 7 and would love to keep using it, so I was wondering if this would work..... I could down res the 4K mater
Re: Using FCP7 to edit 4K
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Make sure that your Mac computer meet the minimum requirements to edit 4K video.
Is there a CreativeCow forum to ask about video editing rates (fees)
by Victor Osaka 3 years ago
Is this the best forum to ask Los Angeles, PPro editing for a doctor talking about her workshops and introducing her techniques. I need an hourly rate to give her. I have the raw video and audio and n
Re: Is there a CreativeCow forum to ask about video editing rates (fees)
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Very informative information.
Best format for eding video using only text
by Jean Tertrain 3 years ago
Hello everyone, I have this problem since a few years now but I never really looked into it : what format is best for editing blocs of text in FCP7, in order to have a light ending file, and avoiding
Re: Best format for eding video using only text
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Very appreciate for your sharing!
I made a cat video with FCP X...
by Charlie Austin 4 years ago
A Cat! ------------------------------------------------------------- My FCPX Babbling blog "It is a poor craftsman who blames his tools. " I still need to play Track Tetris sometimes. An old game that
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Re: I made a cat video with FCP X...
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
Very amazing!
Preimere Pro Workflow
by Raquel Deloatch 3 years ago
I am editing in Premiere Pro. The native is .h264. Should I render edits and to continue AE and VFX in MOV, AVI , MP4 or other Final result will be for theatrical release which has then be converted t
Re: Preimere Pro Workflow
by Sunderland Green 3 years ago
H.264 has the following disadvantages when using as an editing format: 1. H.264 is mathematically intense. It takes some serious computer horsepower to decode its compression. 2. Because it is so math
Working with Sony's XAVC Long in Premier Pro
by Alexandre Brandt 4 years ago
Hello all, Last year for a project, we shot a Canon C300, 1920 x 1080 25p 50Mb s codec 8bit MPEG-2 Long GOP. We had no issues in Premier Pro CC, the computer (Mid 2015 Mac Boo Pro) and the HDD (Lacie
Re: Working with Sony's XAVC Long in Premier Pro
by Sunderland Green 4 years ago
Which version of Adobe Premiere Pro do you use, and the new version 8.2.0 of Adobe Premiere Pro CC natively supports to decode XAVC Long GOP HD 4:2:2 10 bits.
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